Portland is a wonderful food city! I love it. Tax-free shopping, lots of fun sites to visit and an amazing food scene. I drive down here from Seattle a few times a year just to hang out and enjoy a new restaurant. Highly recommended for people who also love Seattle and Vancouver!
Cities near Portland for Business Travelers
- 1Oregon, USA15 reviews
It's kind of hard to tell where Portland and some of the suburbs begin. I've been through and stopped for a bit, but that's all I can tell you right now!
- 2Washington, USA25 reviews
With the State of Washington having no income tax, Oregon across the river with no sales tax, and within metropolitan Portland, Vancouver WA might just be a financial winner!
- 3Oregon, USA4 reviews
Known primarily for it's beautiful natural features located just outside the city of Portland.
- 4Oregon, USA2 reviews
Corbett is a small registered community located in the mouth of the Columbia River Gorge. It's a lovely area and is about a thirty minute drive from Portland, Oregon.
- 5Oregon, USA6 reviews
Lake Oswego is located primarily in Clackamas County with small portions extending into neighboring Multnomah and Washington counties. It's a short drive South of Portland and has a well-to-do reputation. My Son goes to school near here, so I have a chance to see for myself. The Town was founded in 1847 and incorporated as Oswego in 1910. The city ...
- 6Oregon, USA5 reviews
Hillsboro is a small Suburb outside Portland. It's noticeable that it's on the urban growth boundary lines (you can basically go from farmland to houses as you cross a street. Not much going on here but great for a family.
- 7Oregon, USA10 reviews
Mount Hood, called Wy'east by the Multnomah tribe, is a stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc of Northern Oregon. Mount Hood is considered the Oregon volcano most likely to erupt, although based on its history, an explosive eruption is unlikely. Still, the odds of an eruption in the next 30 years are estimated at between 3 and 7 percent, so ...
- 8Oregon, USA
- 9Oregon, USA3 reviews
Oregon City is a nice little city outside of Portland. Mainly known for the end of the Oregon Trail (which there's a museum here to celebrate that). It's in good proximity to Portland so lots to do, can come here for a 1/2 day.
- 10Oregon, USA4 reviews
Tigard is a west side bedroom community for Portland. My step-daughter lives on the Beaverton/Tigard border, while the Hotel I stayed is on the Tigard/Lake Oswego border. That means that in these parts, it all kind of runs together. I'm sure there are interesting things to be had here if you're a resident, but as a visitor, Tigard is just ...
- 11Oregon, USA2 reviews
Close to the Mt. Hood area. The river is gorgeous with lots of water and nature surrounding it. Friendly people.
- 12Oregon, USA1 review
- 13Oregon, USA1 review
- 14Oregon, USA1 review
- 15Oregon, USA2 reviews
- 16Oregon, USA2 reviews
Aloha is probably one of the more "worn down" suburbs west of Portland. It's not as ideal as Beaverton, or rural as Hillsboro. Just in-between. You'll find yourself going to Portland a lot if you live here.
- 17Oregon, USA
- 18Oregon, USA2 reviews
West Linn is Clackamas and right next to Lake Oswego, I pass through (and stop for breakfast) every time I go to my Son's school. West Linn has a history of early development, prompted by the opportunity to harvest energy from nearby Willamette Falls. It was named after U.S. Senator Lewis F. Linn of Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, who had advocated ...
- 19Oregon, USA
- 20Washington, USA2 reviews
Washougal is great 2 go i was there long time ago it was amaziong :)